BA (Hons) Graphic Design Course

The BA (Hons) Graphic Design programme offered at LCCA will enable you to transform your ideas into visual creations. You’ll consider typography, colour, shapes and shading and how combining these elements in a striking way can convey a strong message.

Course details

To ensure you’re equipped with the skills and knowledge to find the perfect role once you graduate, this bachelor’s graphic design degree reflects the graphic design industry. While other graphic design degrees teach you the theory, our programme ensures you practice it.
  • Mode of study: 2 day campus weekday
  • Intake: October, February, June
  • Course length: 3-4 years
  • Course fee: £9,250 per year
  • Location: London

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Course overview

Using top-of-the-range software, our extensive industry connections and studio spaces, you’ll build a powerful skillset that will prepare you to convey your ideas and to operate in a business-like fashion within the creative industries. Throughout the BA Graphic Design course, you’ll also engage with a series of workshops on typography, printmaking, photography, motion design and much more.


Entry requirements

At LCCA, we accept students who have decided to move on from their current institute to find a new place of study.

All of our UCA accredited UG degrees allow for direct entry onto the second year (Level 5) or third year (Level 6) of study, depending on your existing qualifications. 

To verify if you qualify for direct entry, please contact us to discuss your admissions options.


Studying graphic design with us will give you a highly transferable set of skills which are desirable across a broad range of creative industries.

Our graduates have landed exciting, fulfilling positions, including:

  • Graphic designers
  • Illustrators
  • Art directors
  • Picture editors
  • Information designers
  • Digital media and app developers
  • Web and broadcast designers
  • User Interface (UI) design
  • User experience (UX) design
  • Advertising and branding
  • Animators
  • Concept artists
  • Creative directors
  • Exhibition designer
  • Fine artists


Awarded by the University for Creative Arts, you’ll be fully prepared to undertake a number of different roles including art director, graphic designer, marketing manager and illustrator.

  • Introduction to Creative Business (pathway dependent)
  • Introduction to Design (pathway dependent)
  • English for Academic Purposes, Research & Study Skills
  • Visual Culture
  • Final Major Project
  • Introduction to Visual Communication
  • Design Fundamentals 1: Type, Image, Print
  • Design Fundamentals 2: Motion, Narrative, Screen
  • Visual Theory Message, Medium, Meaning
  • The Editorial Process
  • Social and Cultural Contexts
  • Spatial Practices
  • Developing Your Practice
  • Major Project
  • Critical Research and Practice